Why Can’t I Stick to My Diet?: Feel Better, Look Good and Never Ask That Question Again

January 3, 2020 - Comment

Can you imagine a life where you always weigh what you want to weigh? Where you aren’t constantly counting calories? Or trying to figure out how much time you have left to lose weight before spring break? Falling off a diet happens to the best of us, but it doesn’t have to happen ever again.

Can you imagine a life where you always weigh what you want to weigh? Where you aren’t constantly counting calories? Or trying to figure out how much time you have left to lose weight before spring break?

Falling off a diet happens to the best of us, but it doesn’t have to happen ever again. It is not a moral issue or a matter of willpower. It comes down to science and when people know more, they can make permanent changes, so they never have to go on a diet again. Holistic Weight Loss Coach Erin Boardman Wathen knows this issue on a personal level and promises that her Four Fundamentals Food Plan will be your last diet ever.

The Four Fundamentals Food Plan doesn’t require special foods or spending 3 months in an ashram in India. Why Can’t I Stick to My Diet reveals why most diets are so hard to stick to and shows that all readers really need is focus, determination, and a regular grocery store. It helps emotional eaters ditch the diet mentality for good, featuring proven methods to figure out specialized food plans for life. Erin guides readers through all the common sticky food situations, so they can get on with their life and be who they were always meant to be!

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Anonymous says:

Dear Sugar, First off, I was originally given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review but have subsequently purchased it. Why? Because the book is worth it.The author writes in plain English and the personal stories she shares along the way help the reader feel connected to her and our shared struggle. In a way, I am not the target audience as the book is directed towards women but in other ways, I am.When I was younger and wanted to lose weight, it was simple. Run. I could eat…

Anonymous says:

Best book I’ve ever read about food! This book is the most practical, helpful book I’ve ever read about food. As someone who has always struggled with weight and wellness, I found such encouragement in Erin’s transparency about her own struggles. Using her own story to demonstrate the payoffs, she guides the reader onto a simple path to healthful eating. Erin’s plan includes no gimmicks, no trendy cleanses, no special shakes, nothing that came out of a laboratory; she just asks you to eat real food. I’ve tried Erin’s plan, and…

Anonymous says:

It’s Not You, It’s Me, Part Deux This is an edit to my original review from 11/2017. I wanted to write a follow up, as it’s now June of 2018, and I’m seven months in with Erin’s plan. I’m fairly diligent, and made it through the entire holiday season without completely derailing on sugar. Cravings are pretty much non-existent, as sugar is no longer hijacking my brain! This is an easy-to-follow long-term eating plan. I highly recommend this book! Erin’s book is spot-on if you’re looking for realistic advice on how to…

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